I have a banch of *.ts files I have problem playing on Windows Media Center extenders. How could I convert them to WMV or DivX AVI or MP4?
Thank's a lot.
I recommend using SUPER.
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It's capable of converting virtually any format and has tons of extra features and options. It also supports batch drag & drop encoding. I use it a lot.
While Super is a good video converter it's not that newbie friendly. I would reccomend the free Handbrake (make sure you get the 0.9.3 version if you want to save to .avi). While mainly used for ripping DVDs it can be used to encode files to .avi, .mp4 or .mkv.
If the source of the *.ts files is a DVB card then the files may have non-compliant GOP structure and/or sync issues.
EDIT: Just found another DVB stream tool - TS-Doctor
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